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The upper limbs comprising the hand and arms are important parts of the anatomy because of the multiple functions it performs on a daily basis. That aside, the hands and fingers are also at the core of the sense of touch, allowing us to reach out and conduct movements such as shaking hands, waving, holding a pen or holding a loved one’ hand. All that, however, is only at the surface. Beneath it all lies a complex network of micro nerves, muscles and blood vessels, all intertwined and working in perfect synchrony for each action we make. Like master craftsmen, our hand and microsurgery specialists conduct precise maneuvers to get your limbs in tip-top order again.

  • Arthritis of the hand, thumb, wrist, and shoulder
  • Fractures of the fingers, hand, wrist, and elbow
  • Nerve injuries
  • Tennis elbow
  • Golfers elbow
  • Wrist pain
  • Ganglions (Cysts) of the wrist
  • Tendon injuries and over use syndromes
  • Boutonnière deformity
  • DeQuervain’s tendonitis
  • Cuts on the fingers and hand (replantation)
  • Sports injuries to the hand and wrist
  • Hand function restoration after spinal cord injury
  • Nerve injuries including brachial plexus injuries
  • Congenital (birth) deformities of the hand


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